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John Talks about His Sapito Session
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John Talks about His Sapito Session

Five days after the Sapito Session in Guanajuato, John talks about his experience and how it's impacted his thinking and habits. He talks about what he was feeling during the Sapito experience and then its after-effects. For him, the sapo medicine lasted only about 10 minutes. For Lydian, it lasted closer to 20 minutes. For me it lasted almost 45 minutes. The Sapo Frog Medicine affects everyone very ...
Sapito: The Sapo Frog Medicine Part I — By Jennifer Shipp
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Sapito: The Sapo Frog Medicine Part I — By Jennifer Shipp

I did drugs in college; LSD, pot, and shrooms. I mostly was fascinated with the idea of LSD and mushrooms. I never had any desire to try cocaine or heroin. My interest in drugs at that time was all about the mind. I wasn’t all that interested in uppers or downers. I wanted to explore the outer reaches of my own mind.

I remember the last time I did acid. I’d been convinced that LSD made ...
Jennifer’s Summer Solstice Sapito Session 2017 — Mexico
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Jennifer’s Summer Solstice Sapito Session 2017 — Mexico

I'd never heard of Sapito before the local curandera here in Mexico approached us to try it during the Summer Solstice. Sapito or the Sapo Frog Medicine, is an excretion by the Bufo Alvarius frog found in the Sonoran deserts of Mexico. The excretion contains 5 -meo-DMT, which makes it a powerful entheogen. Sapito, when smoked, produces an effect that lasts from 20-30 minutes (or longer in my case--the ...
Reality Before Sapito in Guanajuato, Mexico
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Reality Before Sapito in Guanajuato, Mexico

"How do people heal themselves?" This is my biggest question...the question I ask over and over again in every country we visit, in every place we live. Life itself is a process of healing in some cases. In others, it's a process of accumulating baggage and burdens that we carry as long as we can, until someone shows us how to let go. I believe that many illnesses aren't physical. They aren't mental. ...
Reality Before Sapito in Guanajuato, Mexico
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Reality Before Sapito in Guanajuato, Mexico

"How do people heal themselves?" This is my biggest question...the question I ask over and over again in every country we visit, in every place we live. Life itself is a process of healing in some cases. In others, it's a process of accumulating baggage and burdens that we carry as long as we can, until someone shows us how to let go. I believe that many illnesses aren't physical. They aren't mental. ...
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